The 1801 Grille sign was stolen, suspicious trash fires and more.
The city of Columbia looks forward to the homecoming of the women's basketball team fresh off of their national championship win.
The most recent incidents this week.
St. Patricks day weekend lived up to its hype and featured a higher than normal number of alcohol related incidents on campus.
Things you need to know on Thursday, March 16.
Crimes on campus continued even while students were gone for Spring Break.
Important things to know for Thursday, March 2.
A roads bill passes the house that would cost college students about $60 a year in gas taxes to raise funds towards fixing SC roadways.
I have determined that I will not be able to satisfy the Office of Government Ethics requirements without undue disruption and materially adverse divestment of my family's private financial interests." President Trump's nominee for secretary of the Navy, Philip Bilden said.
Sara Svendsen participates in USCDM, a charity that helped save her life.
Drinking was the demise for two separate Patterson residents, a man stood in the road with a baseball bat and a man slept in a stairwell last week in crime at USC.
Important things to know for Feb. 23, 2017.
Everything you need to know for Feb. 20, 2017.
A drunk student couldn't recall his birthday, a suspicious person was arrested in Greek Village, a CarolinaCard was stolen, USC and 650 Lincoln property was stolen and Bates House had a multitude of crimes.
A student threw up in the Green Quad stairwell, a trespasser fell asleep on a Russell House couch, a coyote got caught in a trap, an SG elections banner was stolen and a homeless man slept in the Capstone bathroom this week in crime at USC.
Elections Commissioner and Attorney General reflect on a semester with zero elections violations so far.
Important things to know for Monday.
Students and faculty gathered and spoke in opposition of the immigration ban and in support of those affected by it.
The most important things to know locally and across the country Thursday.
The highest ever number of candidates filed for election this year.